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The Spanish giant was held to a 0-0 draw at home by the Turkish club last week in the first leg.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored the winning goal for Barcelona to secure a 2-1 win over Galatasaray and send the struggling European powerhouse to the quarter-finals of the Europa League.

Aubameyang scored from close range four minutes into the second half on Thursday as Barcelona scored to keep their chances of finishing the season with a trophy.

The Spanish giant, who plays in Europe’s second division after failing to advance to the knockout stages of the Champions League for the first time since 2004, was held at a 0-0 draw at home last week by the Turkish club in the first leg.

Rangers reached the quarter-finals on a 4-2 aggregate score, despite a 2-1 defeat to Red Star in Belgrade. Atalanta also came 4-2 on aggregate after winning 1-0 at Bayer Leverkusen, while Portuguese club Braga advanced after keeping Monaco 1-1.

Another Spanish team, Sevilla, take a 1-0 lead in the second leg against West Ham later Thursday.

In the inaugural Europa Conference League, Leicester advanced 3-2 together, despite losing 2-1 to Rennes.

Marseille, PSV and Bodø/Glimt also reached the quarterfinals.

Jose Mourinho’s Roma later played for the Dutch Vitesse.


Barcelona, ​​who also needed an away win at Napoli to reach the round of 16, looked to be in trouble when Marcão headed the opener for Galatasaray in the 28th minute from a corner from Alexandru Cicâldau.

But 19-year-old Pedri passed two defenders who both went out to stop an expected shot, before equalizing nine minutes later with a calm low finish past goalkeeper Iñaki Peña.

An Aubameyang header landed on the crossbar in first-half stoppage time, but was in the right spot to turn in a square pass from Frenkie de Jong, who had caught the rebound after a good save by Peña.

Midfielder Mirko Ivanic gave Red Star some hope with a first-half goal before Ryan Kent’s directional shot reached the back of the net to restore a combined three-goal advantage for Rangers.

El FardouBen Nabouhane gave Red Star the consolation victory that evening by converting a penalty in injury time.

Braga led 2-0 after the first leg and Abel Ruiz extended it to three in Monaco before Axel Disasi equalized in the last minute.

Substitute Jeremie Boga scored the only goal in stoppage time of the second half to secure Atalanta’s 1-0 win over Leverkusen.

Leipzig automatically advanced when his opponent Spartak Moscow was one of the Russian clubs banned from international competitions after the military invasion of Ukraine.


Leicester, the only English team in the last 16, had a 2-0 lead over Rennes from the first leg, but the French club’s midfielder Benjamin Bourigeaud pulled a goal back early. Leicester defender Wesley Fofana headed in the equalizer from a second half corner in his first appearance of the season after seven months out with a broken leg.

Substitute Flavien Tait gave Rennes the lead again in the 78th, but the French club were denied a crucial third goal when goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel made a good save to stop Serhou Guirassy’s attempt with five minutes to go.

After an exciting 4-4 ​​home draw with Copenhagen in the first leg, PSV Eindhoven sent the Danish team 4-0 over after two goals from Israeli striker Eran Zahavi.

Marseille scored, beating Basel 2-1 for a total score of 4-2.

Norwegian champions Bodø/Glimt needed extra time to continue after a 2-1 win for AZ Alkmaar, bringing the total score to 3-3. Right back Alfons Sampsted tapped in a low cross in the 105th minute to send the Norwegian side through.

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